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friend sebastian junger for the movie "restrepo." >> we were at war and we wanted to bring the war into people's living rooms and movie theatres. >> reporter: now tim's death, and more importantly, his life are the subject of junger's latest documentary, called "which way is frontline from here?" >> i always look to be as close to the subject as possible. >> why did you decide to do this documentary? >> tim was a really, really good friend of mine. i was just devastated by his death. it was kind of a mystery what happened that day. on a sort of higher level, he's gone. and i wanted to make a film that would allow other people, whoever knew him, to be inspired by him. >> reporter: inspirational, he was. capturing images of conflict first in liberia's civil war and all across the globe. for him, it was not so much what it looked like, it's how about the people feel about each other. >> you often see scenes of disaster and it's almost like we forget that the people imaged are individuals. with individual stories and lives. >> he would relate to his subjects as real people. and that al
sebastian hace un importante anuncio. esto y mÁs ahora mismo en "primer impacto." ♪ >>> lo conozco en febrero de este aÑo, tengo dos meses de conocerlo, soy una dama de su casa y del trabajo, y no tengo nada que decir, es un gran hombre. >>> es la reacciÓn de una conocida presentadora que la vingulan con esteban, el ex de jenni rivera. mucho se preguntan si pretende usar el lugar de la fallecida "la diva de la banda." >>> hola quÉ tal, bienvenidos. les saluda bÁrbara bermudo. y mÁs adelante tendremos estas declaraciÓn de la mujer que aseguran que flechÓ el corazon de esteban loaiza. y antes un abuso que vuelve a sacudir a la iglesia catÓlica. >>> los dos sacerdotes de 53 aÑos uno y otro de 56 fueron capturados en la casa inmaculado corazÓn de policÍa, y fueron llevados a la cÁrcel para iniciar investigaciÓn. a la afuera algunos en medios de lÁgrimas quisieron impedir esto. y aseguraban que no creÍan la versiÓn. >>> empezÓ con acercamientos de carÁcter sentimentales y desafortunadamente una noche de tantas se dio el hecho en particular donde este cura con el apoyo de
by side comparison and a pretty stunning one at that. on the left, show you is -- sebastian, born on monday. on the right is a normal sized baby. >> they were born at the same hospital in colombia. sebastian, 11 pounds at birth, 21 inches long. he was delivered by caesarean probably because he is so big. >> presumably mom was grateful for that. >> she says sebastian was a normal size all the way through her pregnancy up until the end. great news, of course, everyone is healthy. very happy to be welcoming him into the world. >> mom and dad say they're thrilled with his arrival. they say they're taking turns cuddling with the new son. congratulations. a cutie pie. a big one. >> the mom was relieved. that could have been painful. >> yeah. >> critics call the $3 million exotic car, the ugliest thing on wheels. see for yourselves. >> and he's the attorney to the stars when a hollywood celebrity is in legal trouble. meet the lawyer who is so often called in to help. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by hotwire.com. hotwire.com.
sebastian of option pit mentoring. good morning to you. unbelievably, the market did move on that explosion yesterday, mark. - yes it did. it was kind of an ugly day all around. we were already going to be down on what was going on with gold and with bad news out of china, and then this boston marathon news comes out, and anybody who would have pressed the buy button pulled their finger away, and it just allowed shorts to just dominate the whole market. we saw the s&p settle below 1550, the cash threatened 1550. just an ugly day across the board, with really no reason to buy. if this has some carry-through to it, this could be that little sell-off that everybody has been waiting on. - i know you watch some of the etfs that are related to the commodities such as the glp, slv. what do you see happening there mark? - you know, i think this is a big case of margin calls. you have got some bad news, you have got some major governments, you have got inflation that isn't happening. so you see gold start to sell off, you see margin calls. margin calls lead to more selling, and so on. and now guys a
-nominated war photographer is killed on the front lines. we'll ask his friend, sebastian junger, why they risk their lives. >>> right now it's time to show you this morning's headlines from around the globe. "the san francisco examiner" says cable car accidents cost about $12 million a year. the city pays that much to settle lawsuits for injuries. cable car accidents happen about once a month. they're one of the most accident-prone forms of public transportation. >>> "the los angeles times" says "42" is a hit at the box office. it tells the story of jackie robinson as he broke baseball's color barrier. "42" took in more than $27 million in its first weekend. the weekend's other new movie "scary movie 5" sold just over $15 million in tickets. >> i went to go see robinson's new movie based on that harrison ford interview you did. i'm so glad it came in at number one because it's such an important story. i sit here as a person of color thinking so much stuff i did not know. >> indeed. you see the trials of jackie robinson, also really good performances on the part of the actor who played jackie r
's sebastian claimed his second win of the season. he did it in style. reason to bed happy at the end of the race, after leaving the rest of the pack in the dust. >> seamless. right it was crucial after the start to get in the lead if i can and go from there. the pace was phenomenal. even though he was passed at the beginning, it did not last for long. the red bull pilot caught up after just a few rounds. he got past the mercedes. by 17, he was in the lead. had technical problems that forced him to make pit stops grea. more sports, more news at the top of the hour. >> this week's news was dominated by the boston .arathon a bomb went off by the finishing line as some of the amateur runners were coming in. it was followed quickly by a .econd three people were killed and dozens injured. people were warned to stay indoors for a short time. mobile phone networks were shut down. it was not immediately known who was behind the attack. u.s. president barack obama addressed the nation and promised to track down those responsible. >> we still do not know who did this or why. people should not j
potters. here, within the outskirts of the ancient city, in the neighborhood of san sebastian, a handful of potters still use ancient techniques. man: bueno, este viene siendo de... interpreter: i learned how to do pottery from my grandparents and from my great-grandparents. i watched how they worked. i started when i was very small. keach: oliverio hernandez-resendiz is one of the few remaining potters in san sebastian. he makes large pots that are used primarily for cooking. resendiz works with molds, enabling him to work quickly, while keeping the size and shape of the pots consistent. the use of molds explains why the remains found in tlajinga were so uniform. widmer: it tells us that we're dealing with a specialized production of ceramics -- not simply a whole range of ceramics for use in the compound. but, instead, what we're finding is they're making one or two types and making lots and lots of them. the thing about this ceramic production is it's basically simple -- you take clay, you make the shape, and then you fire it, you sell it. but as simple as that process is, it requires
of a bear-bull split here. mark sebastian is in the pits of the cme. mark, i want to talk to you. we do have earnings coming in today but first of all some notion that the market isp to go out right now. another triple-digit gain on the dow. s&p is close to 1600. is the market topping off or do you think there is room to grow? >> i think we're at a very key level in the s&p 500. if you take 2000 high, the 2007 high and draw a straight line, it connects to 1592. that is right where we are right now. we got up to here one time a couple weeks back. failed to hold. if we hold there this tomorrow, i think that's our precedent to break 1600. regardless of friday's announcement. i actually think no matter what is said on friday we're going through 1600 sometime in the next 8 to 10 days. david: okay. hold on a second, mark. we have the buffalo wild wings earnings coming in. is it adam? go ahead, adam? >> hey, david, buffalo wild wings missed on exper share coming in at 87 cents but revenue, 304.4 million. the street was expecting 30.96 million. shares are trading up slightly. quarterly same-store sa
and war correspondent sebastian junger is up next. >> a very well known name emerging at the top of the polls for the new york city mayor's race. >> number two. >> number two. >> i wouldn't go to the bank with that just yet. >> we are just going to keep -- >> why not? >> why not? >> work with us, steve! >> who that shocking, shocking -- >> are you for anthony? >> we will tell you who that name is if steve rattner doesn't completely destroy our tease. first, let's go to weather. >> dylan dreyer has a check on the forecast. >> good morning. we are looking at pretty big storm system moving across the country. it's just a cold front but out ahead of it, we have severe storms. back behind it, we have more snow and it looks like we could end up with another 6 to 12 inches of snow as it does start to increase across parts of south dakota and nebraska. you see western and central nebraska, could be an area that gets 6 to 12 inches of snow. we are also looking at the potential for severe storms today especially down across oklahoma, southeastern kansas. tornadoes are certainly a possible
platoon on the front lines. we're joined by best selling author sebastian younger. his latest work is a documentary called "which way is the front line from here?" the life and times of timothy heatherington. one of the things i've found rather chilling, we saw in boston, it was iraq and afghanistan veterans who, you know, were there to help with the injuries and knew how to treat some of these injuries. similar to the guys that you were with when you were in afghanistan. tell us about those guys. >> well, i think all soldiers are trained in front line combat medicine. and those kinds of injuries, the main priority is stopping the loss of blood. my friend tim was killed not by ied but by a mortar in libya two years ago. he died of blood loss. similar kind of injuries, amputations, that kind of thing. very similar. >> you and tim were committed to presenting such an authentic picture of soldiers on the front lines. we've learned in the aftermath of monday's bombings that, you know, these heroes, the iraqi and afghanistan veterans who happened to be on site, as you say, they knew how
sebastian jamÁs pensÓ en su retiro, eso contÓ en esta conferencia de prensa que se celebrÓ en su rancho. y dijo que su pÚblico le da mucha fuerza. y dijo que mantiene un romance con la madre de una de sus hijas. >>> estoy dedicado a una sola mujer. >>> y para mi sorpresa estoy rompiendo un rÉcord. >>> dizo que si no habla mucho de ella es para protegerla, porque aguanto todas sus locuras. >>> vamos a la pausa. y las amenazas de muerte de una pandilla obligÓ a dejar su paÍs, y las leyes de inmigraciÓn podrÍan forzarla a dejar el paÍs. le contamos mÁs en "primer impacto". causan panico explosiones en la meta de la maraton de boston grupos que apoyan la reforma migratoria abogan por nuevas iniciativasel candidato opositor venezolano dice que es ilegitimo el triunfo de nicolas maduro. buenas tardes, les habla maria elena salinas. la policia de boston dijo que hay muertos y heridos al producirse dos explosiones en el lugar donde finalizaba la maraton de boston.congresistas hispanos y voceros de organizaciones nacionales estan presionando para que en el texto de la reforma que se present
, severe burns, amputations, one hospital saying the emergency room was like a war zone. dr. sebastian, a trauma surgeon at jamaica hospital here in new york. help me understand, when mass general, when a hospital in boston gets the call this has happened, how do they know where to begin? >> one of the things that all hospitals of that size in particular have in place is a disaster plan. we practice these a few times a year. we do it here in new york at least every six months, those plans have in place mock exercises. we've put our resources in play. we even have fake patients come into the hospital. so having run those exercises repeatedly, gives you some preparation. >> it's one thing to have a plan, another to have two bombs going off at the boston marathon. >> absolutely. i mean, certainly this is completely unexpected. no matter how good your plan is, you will be overwhelmed. you're going to be dealing with a huge volume of patient with a wide spectrum of injuries. it's not easy. but what i've seen so far, they're doing an amazing job. >> you've talked about the wide spectrum of i
in the streets of long beach for the long beach grand prix. on the second lap sebastian cavedre goes fast. that made for the second day for cevedre. >>> the winner was tacuma sato of japan. in his 52nd race. sato becomes the first japanese racer to win an indy car race it's also the first win for the team since 2000. castaneves is that series leader. that's it for this late sunday night's sports wrap. have a good week everybody. >> thank you joe. >> that is our report for tonight. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we will see you the next time news breaks. >> and remember we're always here for you on ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. mark says it's going to be a warm one this week. >> very nice. >> thanks so much for joining us. we'll see
scott. >>> and film director sebastian younger will be here with his new documentary. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ,,,, wenger. michelle has the morning off. and i'm frank mallicoat. time is 4- here's meteorologist lawrence with a check of weather. breaking news this morning, about a shooting in the east bay... >>> it's monday. >> all right. >> thanks guys. it is 4:30 now, some breaking news this morning about a shooting over in the east bay. alisa, she's in berkeley this morning with the latest on firefighter being shot. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it happened during a medical college just behind me in berkeley. a very bizarre story. with me i do have with me to plnewhat happened when firefighters arrived what can you tell us. >> about 1:41 berkeley department did respond to a call. so while the
x nada mÁs. porque la tercera es muy fuerte. me gustan las gorditas, como a joan sebastian. no es cierto. pero ahora, las flaquitas las aprecio mÁs que antes. >>> bueno, tambiÉn comentÓ quÉ le gusta la carrera militar, y el magisterio, la hizo en esta conferencia en la que presentÓ su nuevo disco grabado en vivo en la que participÓ su famosa mamÁ. >>> contarÁ su verdad esta misma noche, la presentadora y locutora elizabeth castro en este mensaje que difundiÓ. una revista en mÉxico publicÓ que es el nuevo amor de esteban loai loaiza. lo que causÓ revuelo. nosotros tendremos declaraciones maÑana. asÍ que no se pierda esta entrevista de impacto. >>> y el cantaautor ricardo montaner participÓ en la campaÑa de capriles, ahÍ ven la multitud, el artista interpretÓ el tema llegÓ la hora. y el se enfrentarÁ el domingo a nicolÁs maduro. >>> dos leyendas, rita moreno y charo se suman a una iniciativa que benefieciarÁ a muchas mujeres latinas. >>> promoviendo el movimiento adelante estÁn estas dos artistas. >>> me siento orgullosa de ser parte de la comunidad adelante.
. >>> indecar racing in the streets of long beach for the long beach grand prix. sebastian got into this turn just a little hot. it made for a short day for him, crashing on just the second lap. the winner was sato of japan in his 52nd race. he becomes the first japanese driver to win an indy car race. >>> the final round of the heritage tournament in south carolina. first, you have to survive the wind. fellow u.s. open winners simpson and nguyen. this putt off of the birdie. the wind gets hold of it. that allows mcdowel to put for par and put the pressure on simpson. he parred out from there. simpson needs to make his par put to keep it going. can't do it. mcdowel gets his second pga win by default. >>> the new york jets rivas has been rumored to be just about every team. today it was announced that he will be handed to the tampa bay bucks. he is considered one of the best corners in the league. he has agreed to a six-year deal with the bucks. >>> and you can't use your hands in soccer, but how about your teeth. suarez loses the ball. if he can't get the ball, bite the guy in the arm. not su
. on the left, show you is -- sebastian, born on monday. on the right is a normal sized baby. >> they were born at the same hospital in colombia. sebastian, 11 pounds at birth, 21 inches long. he was delivered by caesarean just because he was so big. >> presumably mom was grateful for that. >> she says sebastian was a normal size all the way through her pregnancy up until the end. great news, of course, everyone is healthy. very happy to be welcoming him into the world. >> mom and dad say they're thrilled with his arrival. they say they're taking turns cuddling with the new son. congratulations. he is a cutie pie, a big one at that. >> he's going to be a big toddler too. he looks toddler sized already. >> the mom was relieved. that could have been painful. >> yeah. >> critics call the $3 million exotic car, the ugliest thing on wheels. see for yourselves. >>> and he's the defense attorney to the stars when a hollywood celebrity is in legal trouble. meet the lawyer who is so often called in to help. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by hotwir
, is the public appetite for doing something. >> reporter: sebastian and others have been to the white house to talk about their work. part of the president's efforts to industry pushing for this technology. the national shooting sports foundation says the technology not reliable enough yet and potentially makes guns more dangerous. >> it can actually lly encoura people to leave louded firearms accessible relying on technology that can fail at the most inopportune time. >> the entrepreneurs say smart guns would prevent more headlines like these. >> personalized handguns and personalized technology will save the lives of many people and children. >> even if the technology makes it to the market, the national shooting sports foundation says b gun owners are not interested. some of the inventors i spoke with say people are scared of personalized weapon won't work in a crisis, but they argue we trust our lives to technology every day, when we get in a car, step in an elevator, so why are we so afraid of technology in guns? according to the bureau of justice statistics, more than 200,000 guns ar
, david, there is a great remark about your work from sebastian youngbear is says that he refused to judge or to gloss anything over. but i wonder if more problems, for you tonight because your dealing with really kind of horrific and violent acts in trying to do so artfully. >> that is actually, you know, this gets at the heart of, you know, putting violence on the page. it was something that i really struggled with in this book. i had written fiction previously and this -- and in one of those novels i have actually, you know, included a scene or a couple of scenes of extreme violence, but it was really, you know, very artificial. was almost in the spirit of quentin tarantino, is over the top baroque of violence. and, you know, that service certain artistic purpose. then suddenly, you know, came confronting the real thing. looking at it in real life and try to put it on the page. and it is a very, very striking thing. i think for the writer -- i don't know many of us are writers here, but when you actually are manipulating the sentences and you're trying to write about the truth and you a
we are joined by psychiatrist dr. janet taylor and dr. sebastian scheuble, a trauma surgeon here in new york. and, you know, so many of us are dealing with this last night. i was up fairly late with my 10-year-old. she was sobbing. she said, why does this keep hallings? ever ever -- why does this keep happening? first, there was the movie theater shootings. then there were the school shootings. and now this. what do you say to your kids? >> it's very difficult and first thing is check in with your own emotion, because you can guarantee whatever you're feeling your kids are feeling, as well. have a direct, controlled conversation and have them re-establish their sense of control. you can explain there are bad people in the world but there are good people so let's focus on the good that's in our house right now. if you have questions, you can ask them to ask you questions, answer them honestly. if you don't know the answer, find the information together. and do something that is helping people. like the little girl in the video lit a candle. they can write a letter. >> what about t
surrounded the church and they had killed a young man named sebastian of gomez in the church at point-blank range. they had set a funeral for him the next day. nearly 1,000 people turned out in march. two weeks later there were having a commemoration procession. and this land about freedom of speech, press, assembly, the people march into the street. you can see a girl and a catholic school uniform and a woman in her old guard. and the girls and boys would pull out binders that they had ridden on bedsheets and they would hold them up and they would say things like why the indonesian military. the appeal to a president george h. w. bush at the time it was here. the appeal to the u.n., someone to stop the slaughter. they marched through the streets retracing the steps of the funeral two weeks before. some put their hands up in the peace sign chanting. incredibly brave to do this. and they marched thousands from school to work to home. they marched to the cemetery. only got there we were interviewing people. why you're risking your life to do this? and they would say, for my mother, from
spent time kneeling in silent prayer at the tomb, located in st. sebastian. he also prayed at the tomb of pope pius xxiii. >>> an instructor and a student pilot were conducting a training exercise when they were forced to make an emergency landing on the median in south broward. both men walked away unhurt. the faa is investigating. it's the second small plane to make an emergency landing on u.s. 27 in a month. >>> the sequel to the blockbuster "nifinding nemo" is finally a go. ellen degeneres will relive her roll as dori in the sequel "finding dori." >>> jimmy fallon close to replacing jay leno on the "tonight show." sources close to the deal say it's a go, and that fallon and nbc have reached a deal. it's not clear when the transition would happen, but leno's contract is up in september of next year. the hollywood reporter's kim masters broke the story. she says she doesn't think they'll wait that long. >> i think they want to start him a little before then. if you're jay leno at this point, how long do you want the farewell to last? if you saw the video last night, it seemed to me a
military surrounded the church and killed the young man sebastian gomez in the church at point blank range. they had a funeral for them the next day and a thousand people turned out and marched to the cemetery. then two weeks later they were having a commemoration procession, and this land without freedom of speech, press or assembly, the people marched into the streets you would see a girl in their catholic school uniform and women in her old garb, and girls and boys would pull out banners they had written on bed sheets and would hold them up and say things like why in the indonesian military shoot our church? they appealed to president george h.w. bush at the time, who was here, the u.n., someone to stop the slatter, and they marked through the streets, retracing the steps of the funeral two weeks before, some putting their hands up in the v sign, signaling viva east timor. incredibly brave, and they marched -- thousands joined from school, home, and they marked to the santa cruz seminary. when we got there we were interview are people. why are you risking your life to do this? and they
spoke to mark sebastian saying volume is heavy. trading at close to the $10. trading request move close either way between now and tomorrow night. so the pgss traders betting this thing stays very volatile. carl, back to you. >> thanks going to be important to watch, josh. thanks so much. it's a big day for earnings from tech to the consumer. earnings squad is ready to break it down for you. and later on, the public company agains tomorrow. we're live at a park in san diego with a look at whether it will be a whale of a deal. revolutionizing an industry can be a tough act to follow, but at xerox we've embraced a new role. working behind the scenes to provide companies with services... like helping hr departments manage benefits and pensions for over 11 million employees. reducing document costs by up to 30%... and processing $421 billion dollars in accounts payables each year. helping thousands of companies simplify how work gets done. how's that for an encore? with xerox, you're ready for real business. >>> welcome to the earnings spot. we are helping you on tirs you may have missed. t
desks to think of this. so i talked to sebastian gally. he told me he does see near-term consolidation near the market. he sees 110. that says u.s. reforms. >> we were talking about the weakening yen specifically when it relates the to the auto makers. so when you take a look at toyota which exports cars from japan because that is key. are theyç actually exports the product from japan. that is where the advantage lies. you could see that show up in the earnings of a toyota, of a honda, for instance. honda is opening first auto plant in japan for 50 years. so we see that also. talk about currency impacts, it's all there. >> it just seems so swift. >> let's talk burger king. first quarter revenues doubled. they are hoping to catch up to rival mcdonald's. a lot of investors are baking this into the premium. >> burger king was negative sales going from 1.4% globally. negative in the u.s. kpeskly, china, russia. they say burger king will keep returning cash to shareholders. >> they didn't just hike their dividend. this was a whopper of an increase at 20%. >> you've been sitting on that al
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